Introducing our fantastic cast for the Musical Cafe Showcase production of Science Fair the Musical!
Science Fair the Musical will be featured in the Musical Cafe Showcase this November 12-14 at PianoFight in San Francisco. Please join us for twenty minutes of some of my favorite songs co-written by Philip Surtees from the screenplay, including “First World Problems,” “Sell Out,” and “I’m Always Right (So You Must Be Wrong).”
The screenplay for Science Fair the Musical is currently available for film industry professionals at The Black List.
How to Get Your Work Produced
Join us for Play Cafes popular workshop panel How to Get Your Work Produced featuring panel discussions with prominent and successful writers, artistic directors, and composers. Participants are welcome to attend as many or as few sessions as they wish. For $10, we will offer an optional dinner item from a local eatery to be delivered during the meal break.
This event will include three sessions:
Session 1, 1:30-3:00 How to Get Your Play Produced
Panelists: Jon Tracy, Lauren Gunderson, Cleavon Smith,
Jeffrey Lo & Annette Roman
Moderator: Tracy Held Potter
Refreshment break from 3:00 to 3:30 included in price
Session 2, 3:30-5:00 How to Get Your Musical Produced
Panelists: Scott Guy, Patricia Milton, Min Kahng,
Sarah Rose Leonard, Elizabeth McKoy & Gretchen Feyer
Moderator: Jerome Joseph Gentes
Dinner Break 5:00-6:00
Optional dinner provided for an additional $10
Evening Networking Session, 6:00-8:00: Meet Your Colleagues and Potential Collaborators. Bring a quick pitch! Looking for a playwright? A composer? Lyrics? Incidental music for your play? Early registrants will have the opportunity to sign up for time to sing a song, play a tune on the piano, read from a play or lyric, or just introduce yourself and your current project to the community.
Play Cafe members use code cafe1016 for $5 discount. To join Play Cafe, visit http://www.playcafe.org/memberships.
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Play Cafe is a nonprofit playwrights group dedicated to supporting Bay Area writers with monthly Scene Nights to develop works-in-progress and by hosting special events.